Tag Archives: Chris Hinojosa-Miranda
Wed, Jun 23, 2010 | 17:30 BST
Chris Hinojosa-Miranda has said that more features for Gran Turismo 5 will be announced closer to the game’s launch, includes details of DLC and special editions.
Wed, Jun 23, 2010 | 13:38 BST
There are cheers and there are cheers. The cheer from the Sony E3 press conference crowd when a final Gran Turismo 5 release date flashed up on the big screen was a proper, joyous cheer. Yamauchi’s opus has been so long coming it was in danger of slipping into myth.
GT brand associate producer Chris Hinojosa-Miranda, then, was buoyant when we met him in Sony’s behind closed doors rooms in LA last week, as enthusiastic about the game as you’d expect him to be. The guy’s a believer. Given the footage that came out of the show, it’s not hard to see why.
Read on for confirmation of an incoming DLC announcement, the “joke” that GT5 may slip into 2011, the promise of plenty more feature reveals throughout this year and some expert dodging on the question of whether or not the final product will ship on multiple Blu-rays.
Sat, Dec 12, 2009 | 14:32 GMT
The associate producer for Gran Turismo 5, Chris Hinojosa-Miranda, announced that the racer will be released sometime during summer 2010 outside of Japan, while confirming the country’s March release.
Hinojosa-Miranda also stated that he was planning a trip to the states in order to photograph cars for reference material, but told D’toid that it was not for the current game or DLC but to stock up on material archives.
He also told the site that DLC was still being considered, but had nothing to announce at this time, same goes for any differences between the Japanese and Western releases.
A demo for GT5 hits PSN next week, and the full feature list, according to Hinojosa-Miranda, will be announced soon.
More through the link.
Tue, Jul 14, 2009 | 19:43 BST
Polyphony Digital’s US Producers, Chris Hinojosa Miranda and Taku Imasaki, answered some questions submitted by readers regarding Gran Turismo PSP over on the US PS Blog.
While nothing earth-shattering was revealed, they did see fit to answer a few such as whether any DLC would be released for the game, if cars could be damaged, etc.
As far as DLC is concerned, the answer is no. Same with damage.
“We’re planning on having 800+ cars right out of the box, which is pretty much a lifetime’s worth of racing (I’m still unlocking cars from GT4),” stated Polyphony. “With that sort of breadth and reach of options, having DLC would be like tossing water into the ocean.
“Damage? No. 800+ cars, 35 tracks, on-the-go awesomeness, and a lifetime’s worth of racing? Yes.”
There’s a few others through the link there, but like we said, nothing too earth-shattering and stuff you probably already know about.
Sat, Apr 18, 2009 | 20:12 BST
Chris Hinojosa-Miranda has confirmed on the US PS Blog that Patapon 2 will be a digital-only release for PSP in the US.
Vouchers for the game arrive in retail on May 5 in PSP packaging, complete with an instruction manual and a download code. The game can also be purchased online on May 7 via PSN.
A video and more information are expected Wednesday.